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"eliot glazer" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"So he has. But like, it's never changed. My every time he says that it's like, oh, that's fine. Yeah. Fine, mary. Yes. Exactly. Mareo? Nobody Long Island calls him. Mario this. But yeah, I played that on switch the Mary card and the Super Mario odyssey. Whatever. Yeah. Did you play the I'm gonna I'm gonna try to come to you on this? Did you did you play the marrow cart with the steering wheel? Oh, I know. No. I did not use the like it was actually very I didn't like it. The the little joy joy. Yeah. Don't like them. They're really don't there. When you hold both them you played. Mario ottesen. Yes. They to me at least they feel slightly more intuitive to hold two at a time and play a game. Yeah. But to hold one horizontally and pretend like it's different controller weirds me out. So it's very weird. Even the two of them was it made it very awkward and difficult to like throw the hat. I just fucked up the whole time. It was just like I'm fucking up the entire time because these are so this these controllers are so not intuitive. If you ask me at least did you plug them back into the system itself? To play as what the play handhelds. Oh plug it in. No, you can you can slide them back onto the switch. What you're saying? No. I didn't do that. It wasn't my switch. It's my friend guy. Because when you do that at people run into this with a lot of switch games. It takes the controller mechanism from being a little bit. Wonky and strangely. Reminiscent of the we. Yeah. Just being a normal kind of fire. I'll take the old school definitely please old school. Mario name old school. Mario hand gets. Right. That's all I hear controller and gear. I made that term of just now now hand gear. New players. Join a podcast with the begins to love and why they love them. We've got a good one today. We do. Good one. We also I think maybe the cleanest we've ever said the intro bench. One long word, I talked so fast. It's all just go for because nobody cares anymore. Guys. We've got a very fun guest and a very fun game. You know him from his work on new girl younger broad city, and every thing 'cause really everything every stuff guys. Very funny. He's very talented. Please welcome Eliot Glazer. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. My pleasure and Elliot what game. Are we talking about? Today. We're talking about the Simpsons arcade game. It's called the Simpsons. I think it's called. Arcade game. Because because there's also I don't know if you guys know this. There's also a little known television show with the same title, right? Okay. Was not aware. So not to be confused. You're talking about the K game. Not the show that I was on the air for like three seasons. Yeah. Three three thirty one of those. Now Elliott told me that he's a big skied side scrolling fan plane, which makes sense now what was it like for you big Simpsons fan before you saw the arcade game. Was it vice versa? Well, I was a kid when I first started playing it at like where I grew up in Long Island. There was a police say pizza. No, it was big place called space plex. Okay. Like a giant. They have pizza, and it was a pizza, and it was a pizza. Indoor sporting slow kind of like an indoor carnival arcade with not panning cages, but like laser tag. Okay. I was very anxious kid, and so the place you'd like walk in and it would be like like you'd be walking down the hallway with like thug and like lights, and it was supposed to basically going into space. So for your describing a whitesnake music video pretty much pretty much, and I would walk through an immediate get like nervous hangs in my stomach and like like free diarrhea. Yeah. Terrified out of the box. Just like, you know, and always so scared of space plex, but ultimately that was where it discovered the Simpsons arcade game, okay and fell in love right away. And through the years. I'm like, it's still my favorite game. And I remember a couple years ago. I saw the director this director Eric appel is a comedy director for the most part of bunch of stuff and in his garage. He has a few arcade games, a good amount of our. Yeah. One of them's is the Simpsons arcade game..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"What's up guys? Dave stone. I'm Kyle Kinane. And we're the host of the buggy monsters at the same time. What's the boogie monster? Well, a podcast where Mikhail try to sit around talk about cool stuff like aliens Bigfoot. But really it just just talk about fried chicken most of the time. Ghosn aliens conspiracies remains maybe and fried chicken and chicken. Yeah. Conspiracy barbecue around barbecue and beer. Yeah. And beer, we drink that check us out every Tuesday. Wherever get your podcast, the bookie monster with Colin, Dave. Hey, guys, Keith. And this is this new player has joined odd cast about the games people love, and why they love that do hitting people with Accu vacuums jump pro Scott clobbering people over the head fis-. Yeah. In your fist once I mean, we're talking about just a brutal as brutal gamer numerous people are killed violently with blunt trauma. It's called the sentence. This is Katie. The most violent game. It's also a dorm on one number sit here with the wonderful guess we're joined by Eliot Glazer, and he isn't gonna talk. He's not gonna talk talk with us right now. We're not gonna win. Late is quickly disappearing into the either as Josue is just finished. His unfinished business Elliott has great stories about his hometown. I mean, really, great Midori's terrifying. Power with how terrifying the Simpsons arcade game is if you really stop to think about but lots of great talk about Stahl JR. And go back and playing are Cade games, and you're younger and kidnapping kidnapping. I say that about the video game and his home course, kidnapping through lines in this. But Elliott's great Simpson's. Great. We have a lot of fun to jump into us. Do this is new players joined. Video game at late if big I played mareo card on the switch. Yeah. I really liked it. It was really fun. I also played Marya. I'm New York. I'm from New York. So I'd say, Mary, oh, I know the rest of the world has Mario. But it's never sense to me this debate with a lot of people. It's mary. Areo? Mario. It's definitely Mario. But I say. Cannot say married. I grew up around pizzas. So it's. He's always like, it's a me. Mario. Yeah. And it's like, okay..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Because you are a black person telling me, this is made you are a gay person telling me that this is wrong. Maybe I should just take your word for you have to spoon feed that to people. Yeah. You gotta get like there should be like some weird sort of charity that just guess we're like those. Yes. Husky conservative people. It's like, let's have them meet one cool black lese in one one gay, dude. Who's into football just like look here. Let's it makes them much shonda rhimes show or something something very colorblind fort like give them the clockwork, orange, ten episodes of queer eye there. They're like, I love it. We I do my part whenever like my relatives. Who are not. I've I've cussed relatives. But not like no monster relatives that those just been left out of our family some custody relatives and when they come out to visit. I'm like, oh, you got to meet my friends. Oh, yes. Those are two boys names that are having right? Yes. I almost I don't need to reveal my horse. But I was like and then make my aunt and uncle suit with them throughout at dinner. And those were really nice boys like how it works. Yeah. Crazy dinner with a game. That's right. That's right. I like Alan just like us, right? At least at the table food. Most of them eat food. Right. Most most guys eat food. I know. So it can't possibly base right guard. Elliot, thank you so much you coming on the past trying to get this going for. So let's talk a little bit about your podcast, you're making you're making it worse. It's me of comedians. Brent Sovan an HMO Scott love them. We're just talking about how being gay can be a nightmare. How we're not really good at it. When I first moved. I ran into Brent Sullivan. We met doing like a comedy show. And then I ran into him three different times gay bars where I happen to be. And I could see bread being like, I'm pretty sure this way running into I okay heart. Trust me when I say leave. When I say, yeah. Just talk about like the struggles and the trials and tribulations, but it's all done through comedy. It's not like a sad. And then you've been doing this live show called haunting renditions, which is so fucking. That's a live show with a full band was initially. Went to school to be an opera singer. Dropped out of that very quickly. You're you're hunting. Editions features something to my favorite elements of comedy and one of them may come across his offensive. But my two favorite elements comedy is like huge swings and self-indulgence, and there's a little dose of both. And it's your very outed singer. Thank you addition to being a funny guy, you're very talented singer. But the the element of just like this is kind of what I wanna do. The show. Shit. Yes, we're doing that. December ninth at little field in New York and Brooklyn nice LA again in January, and then I do festivals. Follow it. Follow you on Twitter at all that Instagram. Elliott Elliott Glazer dot com Huntingdon's dot com till there you'll find that asshole. Well, Elliot, thank you so much for coming on. Yes. When you when you get the island to. To buy shit hits. That was a hit..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Or whatever whatever they're following. It's like it's become. So it's basically politics have become BuzzFeed fodder. The rivals the memes. The silly the silly. And like haphazard way that people use and digest politics and just use Benghazi. Emails like, Dr ward wise words, it's like, oh, they've made it politics is now digestible for dummies. And you know, what it is that thing where I always talk about Long Island. Your mom's friend is like a mom's friend is a weird sort of back alley Chris service that Long Island has where you're like Elliott. Elliott elliott. How'd you get that job? My mom's friend got a former mom's friend actually had a lead on a Jeep Cherokee, my friend. Got me this always in. It's like a mom's friend is like a weird island where every moms for. It's like bitcoin. They're all they're all sort of like, you might wanna hit the mom's friend network Craigslist sort of where they get it on the fucking calls while they drive this vs around. Elliott's looking for an apartment. Okay. Let me tell my friends and exactly I'll ask ahe everyone's just going around. But I think mom's friend network has become the mom's friend political network where the one friend who knows the most or whether it's correct or incorrect, the one the reads, the most memes or watches the most Fox News disseminates information, the book club the birthday club Pilates club. The Elizabeth Arden red door spa. Whatever people you go hang out with their just going. Well, you know the. And then someone's bound, here's my mom. Here's that. And it's just like in her hand. She's like, well, what about the Benghazi bombs? I don't know. What the fuck you're crazy. I mean, it really is so insane. It's such an insane way to see that that permeate, but it does. And it's just out now. Now, it's like people who I have never heard speak about politics my entire life. Meanwhile, I in eight years Obama, I would I still would have been terrified in two thousand as terrified in two thousand eight as I would have in two thousand fifteen of bringing up to somebody on long island's exactly I mean, my dad has a cousin from Brooklyn like Jewish guy. Like, they have a hardware business in Brooklyn was the way it was for a long time move to Florida. Of course, like, that's where you go. And so he was down there. And we went to visit him and like he had a really nice house. You know and lived in like a really nice community. So we're just hanging out with him. And he is talking about I guess we started getting into politics, and he starts talking about Trump and he's into Trump. And then at some point he casually dropping and word, and I got up and left because I was like this is insane. But it was so disgusting to hear this Jewish guy from Long Island be so brainwashed. And he said like he heard him talk about how he was liberal in college. But how stupid he was for that to happen? And then at some point something happened in his personal life where he then became basically racist. Yes. And emboldened to be racing to have that mentality. And so sitting there talking, and I was like I'm getting up and leaving. And I my parents stayed and said, you know, later, we're like, I was like why would you even? In enter tain. Let those words exodus mouth, and they subsequently have stopped talking to him. But it's like, yes, that's a perfect example. It's like whom Bolden you to be such a fucking idiot. Yeah. Also, I don't want you to think you could say that run me. Sorry. Like, no idiot here from other white people that you're not supposed to say that exactly what there's no black people around. I mean, really truly disgusted. Hey, I stopped saying it even when I'm singing along to rap music. That's and that's that's what's called like being a moderately aware of. What's what what's right and what's wrong? It's it's not. It's not a challenge. It's a challenge. It's a challenge ego. It should be like, oh, yeah. That's coming out of my mouth. That's that's all it is it should be life. I shouldn't say that. It's a shitty word you, right? And you know, why I have to take your word for it..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I mean, and you'll hear all lumped entire subculture together right in my head. I'll be like, oh, then you hear about oh. Well, inside of this subculture like it was like the thing. You learn when you're young where it's like, oh, you know, the Mexicans. Like, the Puerto Rican Puerto Ricans whatever that the lineages seem amongst Asian people. Whereas a white person you're like, yes, Asian people. They say great, and it's like well Korean Chinese Japanese South East, Asian all that tie. All that's all. And then you're like, oh, right. All right. But then you find out that there's hatred amongst them. And you're like, no, no, no. Could there be that? Yeah. Eight we're fighting white people. Do not hate you. Let's get everyone tonight together. But it's just not the way it is. You know, they said like get in the door and close up hind you hold it. Open for other. That's it. That's all it is. I think like I get it like not wanting the hold the door open because it's going to be only more crowded if people get in there, but like it's inevitable. I feel like I always say this on the spot to like we naturally chart towards progression progressive, we chart towards human rights getting better. And better. No matter. What overall? So like we're on. That's the inevitability like just see that. Like, I'm sorry. Progress? It's that there's a reason that time moves forward. It's hard. Okay. It's hard to hash out pronouns fine. I'll let you have this bullshit argument. But mean, meanwhile, you're you're the same person is like it's not an AR fifteen right? Stanford assault rifle or whatever. But it's like hash out pronouns are hard fine. That's the only difficulty you're allowed to have like you're only like I'm sorry. I'm having a hard time. Remember and also in my experience. No trans person ever been mad at me for me asking or misunderstanding. Or like, I'm sorry. Can you just confirm to me? Like, no one is ever been upset. Threw a punch because. We're like we're all frayed to come across as wrong. Even the people who scream incorrect things all the time. Yes, they're like they still don't want to be considered wrong. So it's like this thing. I don't fully understand is there. I'd rather just say it's overall incorrect. Yes. Rather than dive in and be like, wait explained to me. How things I believed previously. It's like, it's it's a it's a it's an astounding to me, it sucks because I feel like politically since Trump was elected people are now they feel emboldened to have that attitude of closing the door behind them. Yeah. They feel emboldened to not have empathy. They feel emboldened to be really selfish and their thinking and self serving in a way that is now scary to someone like me because you'd call me a snowflake if you want, but I'm I'm just horrified to see that people are now feel like they have the permission to be bad people yet. Have the values. Shame and being that. I I used to say on the used to say this as a joke or as like an idea, but I refused to like even think about anymore. Like I used to be like fine. You hate black people. Do never have to say that to anyone. Yeah. Or even like, you never have to just you can have that. You're gay people scare you know, understand it fine. You don't ever have you shouldn't share that? You should when you have that thought you should go. Fuck that's fucked up. I shouldn't say that. Let me think about what. And then live with that. Right. You know what? I mean. I don't know about this fucking weird thing, whatever. But the fact that people feel comfortable sharing it is like a whole 'nother level because Trump has emancipated them from feeling like political correctness defines the things that they can or can't say, and it's like, it's we it should it. Should it should define you or should confine you to saying expressing certain feelings if they're fucking shitty. I know. The adding that word political the word is correctness. Are you being a correct person? Correct. If you'd speak and look. There's the political correctness. They've created a spectrum where in which if you say gay instead of LGBTQ, they make you think that's the bad on. Now. I can't even say gay. So and it's like, no one's argument..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I remember another way the way he saw it was I guess now. Well, he's he's out. And he's he's gay. But like we all liked him. Everybody liked him. So what would he have been worried about? Yeah. And it's like, well, that's not how it works for me. But he can't get he can't get outside of his own head. And so for me as a kid, I was surrounded by people like that who were at that point. Actually, it felt vicious to hear people say fag all the time vicious people to be like hell bent on on guys being the most quote, unquote, masculine as possible and that to me stems directly from that. Weird macho Italian culture that was so. Insidious? It was it was everywhere. And it crosses, you You know. It's know, it's like. like comes from that. But everyone wants at least these the young men I grew up around wanted that macho attitude was like that's where the weights that's where lifting weights comes into play. I feel like going because it's gotta be stronger than the other people. You gotta just don't are you going to be more masculine for me. It was like I think I was I was less scared of being I was honestly less scared of being seen as gay and more scared of being seen as like a Sissy or fag or whatever because it was a death knell for straight guys like that to sort of let my secret that I was gay would have been, you know, I think put a target. I mean back to the to the point that I mean, this is so fucking nuts. But like, and I've tried to block it out. But like at our senior, prom, I think it was a bunch of us who went together in the same limo. Whatever the same seniors. Now we use enjoy. Tony owns a limo tints are bubbling when they show. That's like the ten I was in senior year bubbly tint. So I was like. Charlie gnarly, tinted windows were so huge in my high school window. If my mom lets me tint, I'm gonna go to shade. You can't worse. Yeah. And it was people like these aren't even street legal. That's how awesome these tints. Well, why do you mean darted in systems tense weird? Like, you know, what I think the tenting is like it just gives them such a feeling of bad ass nece. It's your car wearing sunglasses inside inside. You look you'll going to ask my God senior prom to know is gonna say two of two of the people in our group work. It was a gay couple. And I've honestly like blocked this out because it was so silly. But we have to be escorted out of the prom. Because the because they were like threatening the couple threatening. They were getting threats on the dance floor at the fucking Hilton Windham in fucking hicksville or songs already the gas thing. You can do you rent alphabets you like dress up you get your photos taken. It's like to me like for a young street. Boy, I was like this game like doing this very gay and Cillian who why do we need this days to get escorted out because they were threatening a couple and your guy and your your closeted very much. So that's. Even like that's a fucking whole nother to where you're like. Now, I'm not gonna say shit. Imagine. Like, can you imagine that just just heist like high school boys on Long Island having enough hatred in their bodies in their souls and their minds enough hatred for gay people that they threaten them on the dance floor. They go out of their way to make their their senior, prom or any any day. Forget us from they go out of their way to make them feel. So make them feel not just bad about themselves. But unsafe on a fucking dance in hicksville. It's it's it's so upsetting for so many reasons because it's like, you don't even know why you don't don't even know why you're picking on them. You don't even know this. It's this Long Island has an I'm sure a lot of towns conservative base towns and like not super liberal city centers. But it's that other ISM like it's a sounding different into Palestinian picks. And I'm not trying to take away from anyone's experience there. But it's just that Long Island attitude of like, we chose to hate you..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"There is a level of great equalizer in in in who you're surrounded by in the weather in even if you don't even if you don't set foot, even if Howard Stern doesn't set foot on a on a subway train sidewalk. You you can't escape where you still pisses on the outside of areas XM. No matter. What Howard no matter what you know, you get airlifted from Long Island directly into into your office. Someone took a dump near your building on the floor. And it's the truth. And to me, that's that is that is an astounding difference. I was going to say to that my sister. And I when we worked at this Gulf club for summer. It was a such a such a a an unfettered look at the way that class quote unquote class define where we work as this golf club was maybe fifteen minutes from our house. It was like deepen to head of the harbor, which is like a beautiful sort of expensive woods. It's a more like woodsy. We're talking north shore towns exactly north shore is like for those who don't know. It's like it's a little that's where you get bigger pieces of property. You get some woods east. Curvy ish. At the same because you have the sound up. Yes. That's pretty. So it's obviously New England. Like, it's on the exactly it's oddly New England like, but the people are nowhere near. Southie? People moved. That's right. It's it was so fascinating because we were surrounded. We were waiting on people who belong to this country club. So they were rich, but they were also local. And so we were just my sister. And I still are talking about how fascinating it was to be to have to wait on, you know, a handful of people who were waspy classically waspy and upper and rich and privileged and entitled. But then the rest of them were like absolute trash, and yet they were trashed with money. Yeah. That looks like Long Island is a lot of new money. Feels I or at least attitude wise, a lot of new ones like any house get done in most of these mine mom's neighbors houses, just like the guardian ugly audience shit. Yeah. Like hot tub that reigns until regular even even in in high school. Like, I again, I feel like in the rest of America in a classic American suburb. The most popular kids are the jock in the. The homecoming Queen whatever that's the American that's like, Americana. Tried and true where I grew up. The most quote, unquote, popular kids were both the most connected to the mob. The most Godley Italian and next to the kids and the girl who was the the one that everybody was like she's the hottest like, she's the hottest. She's the most popular she's the girl. Everyone wants to bang. She was the daughter of a. Tr waste management, quote, unquote, waste management say aficionado, or whatever his title was. And he was of course, in jail for racketeering and money laundering, when he got out people end up in jail in New York. Garbage when he got out. Apparently, he had he built a disgusting like make mansion somewhere and his neighbors were would complain because he had giant gold garbage cans made for his house, and they were oversized and humongous and Godley and gross and the neighbors would complain, but he would not he would refuse to get rid of them because he was the trash king. Trash-talking? That's that's a fucking parable Long Island to be like proud of being trash your neighbors with not only your defense the trash king. But you are a criminal, right? You're out of out of jail. That's yeah. It's funny. You say that about because the popular kids in my school..

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High and Mighty

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"And we both are gonna live in this. So he's. Crazy. Article. But it still makes me laugh. Men and women find miraculously find love and same small town. Already knock it off. He's going to arm Elliott yet that what is that? But why Long Island? I think what I want to just project. It's culture, so far and wide. You know, what I mean, we're we're Long Island is sort of known like I can't explain it where it's like Long Island has more of an identity than like Brooklyn does not not a better identity. But it's more more people can give you the ins and outs of what Long Island is. Then what Brooklyn is like, I think it's honestly, I think it's just because it's white people. Right. I think it's just white people. And I honestly think that the because it's white people the. Sounds so silly. But like the privilege allows them to feel like they are in some way victimized. Yes. Some way like they're they're like the the the hero the working class. Heros of the Billy Joel song. Right. Well, that's that's the thing. I think that's a very good example of something. That's like the poison of Long Island is that they're all all good people mostly good people. But when you talk to them, they're like, yeah. Well, my family was poor to. Yes. But you're white and your dad was in a union that got you into a union and you were poor poor. You just your parents were of course, concert because this is my parents were constantly reminding you of how little money, but there was a kid to towns over in Roosevelt who had like eight kids living, home, and you happen. You had a house. You're just your mom having a minivan instead of an S U, but to you because it's keeping up with the Joneses, your family seemed poor because they're. Not even seeing the next here. Well, it's it is. It is a distinct and clear reason why it goes so read over there. Right. Right. It's so I can't see more than three feet around. My. Oh, look, they can do, you know, what's happening out in Ronkonkoma. Yeah. Yeah. Me. Well, may someone put someone threw a rock at night. And that's towns on parts families are like kids are getting shot by police. I it's so crazy, and you and you cannot tell I'm starting to get wound up because now I'm just picturing specific people in my life. But you cannot tell these people anything about what the real world is like because they're they're stuck in their bubble of what's fuck. Liberal elite yells, I feel like liberal elites. And this is me I'm going to just ask for shit from mouth breeders at this point. But liberal elite bubbles we're actively like at least the liberal people. I'm friends with that we all live in a bubble. Yes. We all drive Prius is and. But whatever, but we at the same time, have empathy for like, our whole thing, is empathy. We're trying to learn about more about other people at the my artist, friends and at home, you're like an home. You're like yet. My mom, my mom's friend will be like, well, the stock market's doing great. And I'll be like, well, you know. Few people or affected by that the wealthiest people. Well, it's been good for us. And it's like, well, then I can't even say anything because you put an extra thousand dollars savings this year doesn't even matter if they're taking your neighbors out and shooting them in the streets of you if you have dollars. Yeah. Doesn't affect me. Well, bomb never got us the extra nine hundred dollars. It's like, what are you talking? You know, the actor Lonny Ross. Yes. So he's great his wife. I was talking to her at. A party. And she said the most fascinating thing, which is that she said when she married Lonnie who I think is from wantagh. She was like she didn't realize what Long Island was because that's from there. And she said, I can't believe that they're the most she said that long islanders are the most ethnocentric narcissists without any reason to be Ethnos and ethnocentric narcissists. Right. It's not like they're in like paradise. Now, they're in this like. Like some sort of beautiful coastal? Yeah, we're not in wherever pretty little is is. Radio..

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High and Mighty

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"And there was a house hunters episode that took place literally in patch with a couple who patch all I say they like they're like they're like dressing like adults, quote, unquote, but they're like in their late twenties. Their names are like, I swear to you Ray. And Stephanie Ray was a plumber and he was like in his late twenties. And they were so like resigned by default to their lives that they didn't even they would never even understand the idea of like changing it up of taking a leap in some way or another right? My name's Ryan Stephanie. They look like they were dressing up as a dull. And she he and she was like she was like, I we I want wanna house. She said, I want a house, it's like, you know, has colonial charm, and he was like I like, I swear that I like a split level because when you get home you get to look at the stairs and go I can go up stairs. That's nice. That's nice upstairs downstairs, and they were so depressing. So deeply depressing that I swear to you. They were like we don't we we want to stay in patch because it's bloom there. It's a nice downtown. And it's close to parents. It's like, yeah. But they're trying to twenty minutes. Twenty minutes long, and she didn't wanna live in a certain neighborhood because it was ten. She said at ten minutes to drive to work in. I think it was like dental supplies. That's so there's something about Long Island. And I'm sure this is actually I feel like also I have Long Island people on talk about the Long Island. Other people always tweet back, and it's actually really like that in my small a lot of it is like enclosed communities. Stay close to home who are kind of afraid of exiting or exploring a world, which I understand. I understand sympathy empathy for I think now that I'm in my late thirties. And I'm kind of coming around the other side like my wife, and I are talking about having kids and stuff and our siblings. Do have kids and our friends. Now, I see the the allure of your parents. It's kind of like an insane thing that I'm like shit. We're actually going to be doing this on our own. Yeah. And I see that a lower. But that didn't that wasn't as high of a priority. As me seeing more like for me. It's always just like I'm gonna live in whatever city has the best restaurants. Tell me the best of I like food. I like going out, and we're the best of those are going to never have saving. So I can live there. Well, I try so hard to push my own parents live and Smithtown till like explore and like try different things and do stuff, and they they listen to me and my sister, and I both they listen to us, and they take up those suggestions, and they very regularly or in the city for like shows. I mean, they come, you know, our comedy shows go to like plays, and museums, and it's like, yeah. That to me is the right way to do it. Yes. Because otherwise, if you like move, I don't know if my parents moved into the city, you know, it would be a different story. I mean, they could do it. I think they're they're they're in their sixties creatures of comfort. Yes. And so I understand why. There is something like there is Long Island used to mean. I think like way back before even our parents are used to mean like a life with a house and yard, and I can still commute into the city, I work. But then I think there's this other layer of people and the Ray the plumber guy, remind me of some people I went to school with and I'm assuming are in every small town when they're like seventeen they're like, you know, if I get in the Suffolk County police department, I can retire by the time they're seven and they're talking about like you retire to making ninety five k year Meiring what?.

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"And I think he was telling me about. Yeah. That like that's what his like his best. Memories are like driving down the wantagh expressway want tour. That's really fun. When you compare like taking the train from lung railroad versus Grand Central. It's crazy. It is absolutely outrageous. How different it is dream thing. You should do is take the Long Island railroad to Hughley Joel at Madison Square Garden because the train right there and back is wild New Orleans. Mardi gras. But then like if you're going somewhere in your taking Grand Central station. It's like literally the hush Anderson are the architecture. The quiet hush how many people are in Seersucker. It's insane. That the, you know, the the Hudson line, you know, train line when we were just dating living in the city. Her family lived off the metro north my family lived off along railroad. Not be any more different wants mel's like anti and everyone's most like buttered butter, pretzels and cigarettes. And like there's there's like rolling tall, boys. Filling in a band bling. Tran alcoholics men and women importer line homeless dude with like a huge bike with a bunch of newspapers. Trying to wedge it in it is it is a standing how different that is. And how specifically manmade and cultural it is to to to compare these two huge trip travel hubs in New York City and look at the stark, cultural differences between one and the other because they are so start, and I and I don't and I'm going to be stereo stereotyping here, but I would guarantee this. This is an accurate representation. And also speaks to a bigger thing. I guarantee you there are more newspapers being read per person on the metro north on the long when the last of the railroad commuter hours. Like when I was visiting my mom or home, for whatever reason, I heard two separate times person talking way too loud on their phone and someone going after them, and then it becoming. Like a huge separate times. The exact guaranteed a fight on me Keri. Hey, we all got a fun. There's then there's no such thing as a quiet car, quiet. Call what are you talking about? And so much on the phone. Yeah. We just passed Rockville centre. I gotta tell you. Honestly, it's like I commuted for one year after college. Yeah. Commuted for a year. I'm telling you. I honestly can't imagine seeing people more miserable than I saw on the Long Island railroad every day getting on looking like death anyway, commuter life. Is anybody anybody? But one Highland specific. I think it's because they don't want to go to the city. It feels like those kind of a lot of people don't want. I'm over generalizing. But I feel like if you wanted to live in the city, you can go to the. So I don't again, I think it's like I was just out of college. And I was doing it. But it was like why would they choose to? Why would they choose? I'm just doing this to save money for a year. Right. Why choosing to do this life? There is. I I watch house hunters pretty pretty religiously. Getting a nice slice of your TV viewing. Princess. That was the best. But I house pretty pretty religiously. And there was an episode on another way to watch by the way, would not really only while they they pump out like hundreds and hundreds of acolyte. You really do. I mean, truly, but you do, but I watch a pretty religiously. And they did it was almost like a gift from above. They gave me like a, my friend. Seth was visiting from New York we grew up together..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I don't want to. About two TV's or week for an entire summer. I regretted God. Even that like, I worked my sister. And I actually worked together at a golf club. Oh my God. This is that's the next sitcoms. But it was I mean we worked at this club. And again, it's like I see lung as like a it's like the real world through very distinct prism. Yeah. It's weirdly, like the, you know, what do they say? It's not the melting pot. But it's really the mixing bowl kind of Long Island is there's a bunch of cultures that are all collide in Long Island. But they don't blend and they're all white. Yeah. All whiteness. It's all town to town. Like the black town. There's like a white town. Then there's a Jewish town. There's a black town report. Yeah, free. That's where I was born. I lived in freeport tells thirteen then I moved to Belmore so the black and Hispanic town, and then moved to like the Jewish white out. That's my dad's business wasn't Belmore. Yeah. Road bridge road. Long Island medium. No, I can't. I love it. Because it's so fascinating in that. They're trying to build a show around a clairvoyant, whatever the fuck she is. I don't know whatever. So she's she's a clear she's a medium right now understand that like she is distinctly Long Island. So the joke is or the joker the hook is that she's regional she has a very specific regional peel for me the rest of the show that is most entertaining because they're trying to make Long Island look like a quote unquote regular place, but it's like nobody no other people in the country. Look like, those people nobody else country sounds like those people and the top all off. They all introduce themselves for some reason or another they keep in the footage of where they're from. So it'll be like, my name's Diane. I'm from Shirley. Or like, you know, my name is Diana Deanna, whatever in massapequa park who watching in Idaho difference between massapequa, and Shirley, nobody knows where cares then watching the show. It is fascinating in that. She will read people on Long Island, do cold Coleridge or schedule reads. And you know, she's in hicksville, and she's in like, a very banal looking hicksville house, but she's like Saging, and she's like I have to say to clear the energy and mental read these people her haircut is as sane this show is made by and for my mom's friends, and it's fascinating because The the. picture. The grips are all women in like black pass and like Chico's partly cardigan. Boom. Mike. A platform flip-flop guys. This twist, Liz. Wiz. Listen crafty. With she. But she like reads these people, and they're like, they're they're from Long Island. It's like you. And I would both know that is not acting that these people are like oh my God. She said butterflies, you know, but she'll do Karen, Karen. He was twelve and she had a tattoo fly. She'll say who is she'll say like, I'm did she call? Did he call you daddy's little girl? Did you ever catch him drinking? Mike's hard lemonade. Basement. Tim Dillon another lung island comedian has a lot of funny joke one he does the the long medium anyone. Here's been died at a family member Dina jetski exit. It's so true. Weird. And but ultimately like the the idea of like the generalities of it all are so funny, but they there's like footage of her. I think they got rid of it as the opening footage. But it was her like walking through a garden, and it was like she's like looking at statues, and they're clearly like angel and cherub statues from like fucking Kohl's as my dad used to call..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"She's like. Now, I'm gonna have some fun. She's like, look, I sang your words. This is my part of the contract where I get to go off on vocal runs over and over. I hate that bridge so much almost only wanna talk about it again. But it was marginally made better by that modulation, I did really true bridge because it builds up to a thing that you're like, oh, this is what we want well selene with backing vocals to or like a gospel choir is the best selene and there's song from the ninety s called love can move mountains. Like, very very early American albums, and I used to watch the video as a kid because I thought she looked really hot in it. She was on a basketball court. Of course, a basketball court, we play sports basketball court, and it was like a full like gospel choir backing her up as she liked kind of played basketball with these dudes. And I was like I just I knew I had a crush on her then, I know I'm, but also she's like, you know, dressed like, Amy grant and Yuna brower. Horny? I was. The the gospel choir on that is on that song back in her. So good can make any song truly they make everything better. My question is is it do you think on this recording to have her own? She uses every time or just like the studio whoever's there. Yeah. A little bit there. So low in the background that there's no reason to have the same people. Right. I also a little bit. He's background buckle sound, maybe the loss courses. Okay. But before this kind of bad like very thin out of its production. I think I would actually guess that it's supposed to be kind of thin. That was the thing vocal runs anyway. But it was like a karaoke track vibe. Yes. Oh, it's. Her. Oh, yeah. 'cause you hear the you can hear the inflection for to go and your heart. If you definitely definitely mixed allowed us for sure. Well, good guys. We're real Sherlock Holmes for selene backroom. Very switched on pop. Song ends. Join this. Don't give up on art..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Inside. Yes. I love it. The world's got covered in blue. Wow. I love that. Oh, wow. That's that's four notes. I wish I knew more about music to speak. Exactly what happened, but she aggressively and a -rupt Lee changed keys, and it was not at all slick. We did not have any transition did not come out naturally. It was like. Three notes walked us down wholly different very to me dissident key to this like the city. I love it. I can't place it. But it does sound very you want it that I want it that way God right somewhere. A minor key. Right. This is a major key. And I think she just one down into a minor key for the bridge when oh for sure. Yeah. Yes. And then yes, I'm like so upset too. Because even when she's singing is not pleasant. It sounds like a scene from Les Miserables. But like a song that was cut right? And it's just in the middle of this resolves. He's a get back. Original everything you say, I'm like, you're saying it like, it's bad. And I'm like, yeah. That's why rules. She fuck. This different song rule. If this was like, a musical. I like this part because it feels like this entire like, I don't have since these you. But I keep seeing colors to this song. And it's like the entire thing is like this very golden yellow. And then this part it drops into a deep. Blue mad MAC eight LSD coming on this. Did I always do and it's worked out? Well, remember, this was on an album called a new day has come believe, I think, and I still remember the visuals from the album cover because it was like a very stark blue like sunset kind of bluish greyish slate kind of color scheme from this rich from this bridge. Exactly, excuse me. Like, we just visited like a day trip to the elephant graveyard. Yep. Rejoin the pride. So what did she say? She said when life is empty with. No tomorrow starts to fall. To dory. Get your Love's gonna conquer it. All again. Stop worrying, you're fine. It'll be fine. Good. Bye. Also, this pretty bad advice started when life is empty with. No tomorrow. Again, are you using purply too much? Like, she starts. I.

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Wow. The yodel Andrews is shaking. Yeah. That was your reference Areco commercial. Yup. That's funny. Mid you're not wrong. She said. Don't ever listen to every syllable fucked up. That's that sounds like traced on Matt Parker. It does Matt stone and Trey Parker. Oh, yeah. That's exactly it doesn't sound like this. Iran, sue in Durham, how does she do that too? Doc. I know sue she's makes it great Muffin, dude. It's still every time. She says you can win. I think it's you can't win. What would you be surrendering to in this scenario? Love don't surrender. Nothing means it doesn't nothing means anything don't surrender the feelings that it won't work out. I feel you'd be you would want to surrender in this scenario right to control it led break up. Yeah. So don't surrender because you can win in this thing called love. Don't give up don't surrender to to failure. You can win in this thing called love. You'll stick together. No big deal. Good luck by a game in your all players. I games. I've got I've got a child hair to comb out. Hurts. I in this thing called love. It's the most condescending thing I've ever it's just a very Swedish like like other approach to the language. This thing that the call loaf like teen. In this thing, you do whatever it is. I don't know. What's? Oh love. My mistake. I wish he would have said it. We're like a question this thing. Low just reveal. She has no idea what this means. And then she's going to do that sky punch chorus again. Yes, she does the chorus. Gotta sky punch when you hear it when you walk. Really gets me going after the course. Oh god. Oh that bridge. Beautiful bridge. Very serious..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"What? No, she's not what's cool about her vocally too. Is that sometimes she takes liberty where she does riff, and there's no break and that when she does like. Instead of way, she sometimes takes liberty with not doing the break. And I love it. I feel like she in the first part was like I gotta do the break. And when she went on. She was like, okay, I'm gonna maybe tighten it up a little bit. And then at the end, she's just like, I'll do whatever keeps you on your toes. Now, very Lagarto. I don't have anything to say about this because she didn't say anything. She didn't say the the this entire verse is her going. I have nothing to say it'll be fine luck. Good luck. Bye. Bye. Bye. The world's worst guidance counselor. Yes. Good luck by this is nine hundred eighty nine which means I guess, she at least had I don't know if you had her son, then, but I remember that when she had her first child he had like really long hair, and it was just like. What are you doing? So lean and she's a little Rene has little girl. No, no, no. No. No. No. No. No, no. This is he's too old to have like the hair ratail down to his ankles. Like, lean it up. This isn't like the Montreal ghetto. I'm Staunton the opposite side of the show. You You want want a a little little rat. kids have whatever here. They I don't think red will even make even make an ironic return. I might I might fuck around and get around to. Don't do it. Please. I'm gonna have Bob. And then there's also. And then you should wear like close teasha Campbell from urban outfitters. Yes. She doesn't make sense because teasha Campbell having a rat tail would be very disturbing. I can't even imagine. What I can't imagine that the Bob Bob rat tail combo. Yeah. It's the new mullet go, Gina Gina. There's something there. There's something on route to what is the actual there. 'cause I can't even remember it was on both Rome rate on Bob tales ring. I was like why did that pop into my head with flexible gel? We'll get there. Yeah. We'll talk about that around next Christmas. Yeah. This the ethic -tations on this part are so interesting to me because like it's like in the middle of. Yep. She always makes it hard to understand the words on purpose. Yes. I love that. Okay. And then we go back to that. Pre course thing. Yep. Jeez..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"It's doesn't sound like a phone, but it feels like someone playing phone. I don't know. I know it is a Qatari. I'm just saying feels like a xylophone I hear you. Yeah. It's got the energy of phone. It's like when someone's eleo, but you thought they were Scorpio. I sure exactly that. And then what does she say? Right. Face. In the. Base. It's so fake sounding. I know I love it. I love it. Her thing is like every she ends her vows in our all the ad sort of ornamental at where it sounds like. She's yodeling for a blip. Yes. A sucker punches it and backs away. Transport's too. Went through. I love it. What's wild twos? That she's like, you know, she knows how to sing. And she's still let's I love it. She's like this is my flair. Will come to. It's like a. It's like an extra. I love the. Yeah. I love I love how she separates the two syllables with breath. Yeah. Yeah. It's like three words three words and one that's the leans thing. What she said, I can read your mind, and I know your story that's a big promise from big big headlines, dude, she's going to be a psychic in this song. I see what you're going through. It's an uphill climb. What? And I'm feeling Surrey. What? But I know it will come to you. Yeah. Now, I'm lost. Again. I thought we. Thought we heard like a I don't know fortune teller thing happening here, and she was going to tell the fate of this person into study is referencing Miley Cyrus song. I don't starting with remind. I feel like you should say, I know your story I because that feels less mystical. It's like I get that. She's trying to be like, oh, I know what's happening with I can see you're going through a tough time. But starting with I read your mind so specific she stepped back by going. I see what you're going. She started with a promise. She couldn't make. Yes. And there'd be like. It'd be like I know you'll starring I can radio. Behind. I can read your mind. Whoa. What that's like such a step beyond. I can relate to what you're going through. Yes. I can read your fucking my. Chick. Hurting don't eat the t. You can't. I like the music bit. Although again, it sounds like four hundred other songs to me which confuses me musically. I don't know what. I'm listening to I want to long, but I'm like out of one another hit a face and just anyone hold or am. I like, yeah. No, man. This yet sounds a lot like that same goes. And guess what? Same fucking near a millionaire these two song over and over double down airplanes me of that Ryan Tetter thing with halo and already gone. Remember that I don't know already gone already gone Clarkson's bake song her big leading single off her upcoming out that her big song. It was gonna be. And then the rumor is beyond say heard it went to Ryan Tudor who wrote the song the guy from one Republic and was like I want that. So give you that. So I this year he made it and she's like right me another one, and then they write halo, and it's virtually identical. It's truly wild. I haven't heard Kelly Clarkson's, but Beyonce's better. Cal. You're doubling down on it. Yeah. I support the scammer in all instances day, the scammer. Yes. I mean double dipping. I think is like exceptionally rude. But at least selene got to sing a fun backstreet boys song true who because this which three boy sons sound like it's I want it that way I wanted that out before it did it came out on April twelfth nineteen ninety nine. This came out on November first nineteen ninety nine. Same year. Yeah. Until much bigger single. I believe and then what she said, it's an uphill climb. And I'm feeling sorry. Yeah. Because it's hard. You can hear she goes. But I love that. I didn't realize how very French. She was very sick. Don't piss off on French listener. You need to stop saying the slur. We weren't going to tell you. But it's very offensive just something about and I'm feeling sorry..

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"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"eliot glazer" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Eight tonal. I'm dying to hear why you wanted to do selene. That's the way it is obviously based on like haunting. I think I sent you guys like a list of fifteen songs. Oh, we need to do this sung by selene. But also, let's do that song rude by the Dan magic. What is that? Exclamation twenty. I despise everything Meghan Trainor does and. But selene is such an untouched in this at least on your podcast. It's such untouched realm of scared that. Yeah. Within her, Sal, John within herself. And there's even a book that I still haven't read yet. It's a very small book. But it's called. Let's talk about love journey to the end of taste Carl Wilson, I believe and it's just like a it's one of those like thirty third and third books. I think. Yeah. And it's all about like Celine? Dion as the Pitta me of poor taste and low Brown music. And again, a haven't even finished it. But it's so interesting especially now because it wasn't written that long ago. But I mean guys like Scillies elite selene while she's about like afro man and like. Don't talk about Paul. What? No what I don't know. If I send us on that list. But remember, I still am baffled by a song that came out when I was in college. It was called like fuck you. I don't want you want you back. No. That's a great song. He mom. A remember like my friends were like, okay, take it easy. 'cause I was losing my mind about how bad of a song. It was my friends. Also Eamonn actually, David Bowie's model wife. I'm not sure human. Is. I got Eamonn recorded. Fuck you. I don't want you forever to David Bowie. It was that song. And it was Luma de because limited song was completely off key. And there was a song called angel by a lady named Amanda per raise. And all three of those songs were like baffling because they were all really really bad and really really simple, and they were big hits. But it's weird. It's like it's weird that you can have you live in a world where people are like, oh, remember the eighties. When we were how silly like these eighties. Novelty songs were like. It's happening. Now, look at him on EMA, whatever Eamonn not David Bowie's, white, David Bowie. Supermodel wise weird. But yeah, I chose. I was I'm so glad you guys chose selene. Because have you seen her in Vegas at all or ever seen live? Yeah. She's she's amazing. I mean, she's powerhouse. That's our surprise that she represents poor taste somebody agree with you. I mean, I think it's like, you know, I think what the writer was trying to do. And again, I haven't even finished the book. But I think the ideas he's like as a music writer acculturated, I think he's pointing to the fact that she was be a pit me of quote, unquote cheese with the Titanic song. People tons of people who buy her music, and who like pleasant music with a beautiful voice would probably argue that it's not low brow. It's just good like five digestible music. Yeah. What we need to have that. And honestly like this opens an interesting conversation about the artists that performs the song versus the people who wrote the song because like very rarely in modern music are people writing their own songs. This one written by those three Swedish Jews that did every fucking max Martin Andreas Carlsson and Christiane Linden. And they did always braiding songs. All these things. All these backstreet boys songs, and like the lyrics to none of them make any sense. Yeah. This that's my that's why I love this particular song particular. That's the way it is. Because the lyrics don't mean it don't mean. And also it's like don't use the same title as Bruce Hornsby song. Cronkite, sign off, right, right? Is that what he said? Yeah. And that's the way it is. Seeing you few documentary programmes. Say a few documentary programs. Yeah. And then the universe or whatever. The fuck are you gonna Carl Sagan? I'll have to work for your the fact checker you gotta Google it, dude. I will not. So the song no nudging ninety nine great print, son..

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